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​Special Interest Group in mentoring and coaching: SIG-M

 

SIG-M is a Teaching Fellows Special Interest Group set up to support Teaching Fellows and other colleagues from across the University who are already active in mentoring or have an interest in becoming mentors. SIG-M is keen to support, develop and enhance mentoring and coaching work, including relevant Teaching Fellow activity; to contribute to relevant University strategies, policy and procedures and support alignment with University values; to locate, communicate and apply external resources and existing knowledge relevant to mentoring and coaching; to contribute to the operation and development of the SEDA ENMCA.

 

 

Relevant Publications

 

Benzies, A., Turnbull, C. and Mowat, E. 'Empowerment of academic staff through mentoring and coaching'. QAA Enhancement Themes International Conference on Enhancement and Innovation in Higher Education, June 2013, Glasgow.

 

Benzies, A., Mowat E., MacNab, A., Dosser, I., and Barkess, G. 'Tools & techniques for mentor development'. Mentoring Scotland 2013, Stirling, May 2013.


Dosser, I., Ross, J., Benzies, A. and Mowat, E. 'Super-Vision: supporting mentoring practitioners'. Mentoring Scotland 2013, Stirling, May 2013.


Benzies, A. and Mowat, E. (2012) Everyone needs a mentor? The SEDA PDF Award in Mentoring and Coaching. Educational Developments, Issue 13 (4) 14-15.


Benzies, A. and Mowat, E. (2012) 'Recognising and enhancing academic practice through mentoring and coaching'. 17th Annual SEDA Conference, Excellence in Teaching: recognising, enhancing, evaluating and achieving impact, Birmingham.